It’d been months since we held hands.
Our first real “date night” since our son’s birth.
I yearned for more “husband and wife”, and less “mama and papa.”
What had been stopping us from holding hands was simple: a stroller.
We headed out to dinner – just the two of us hand in hand.
I had no idea that I would cry at dinner before the appetizer even hit the table.
Find out why in this episode of Expat Happy Hour, How to reconnect with your partner after losing touch.
Any transition (from having children, an international move, to a job promotion) can put a strain on a relationship. If you are like many expat families, you may have even experienced all three at the same time!
Maybe you are starting to see the signs of distance in your relationship:
- You spend the few waking moments you have together coordinating who is doing pick up and drop off for the kids
- You’re so busy on weekends that you don’t actually talk much to each other.
- You can’t remember the last time you had sex.
It is critical that you reestablish your connection with your partner – before it’s too late.
Listen to this episode and discover:
- The additional risks faced by couples living abroad
- The staggering (negative) impact children can have on a relationship, according to the research, and
- Three tips on how you can start reconnecting with your partner right now.
After ANY transition, it’s critical that you re-establish connection with your partner. Do it now, before it’s too late.
Here’s to nurturing our relationships
p.s. If you are ready to reconnect with yourself, and your loved ones – don’t miss my free training series. Sign up now so you don’t miss tomorrow’s training, “Don’t Lose Yourself: How to Reconnect with Your Better Self Again.” Get all the details right here.